Randy Browning will join Mullen next week, replacing svp/ and account director Bob Pagano, who departed recently for the top marketing officer post at AnyDay.com [Adweek, Jan. 17].
Browning will likely assume account-management chores on clients run by Pagano, including Agfa, L.L. Bean, Northern Light Technologies and various dot.coms, said Mullen president Joe Grimaldi.
Browning has helmed account services at Holland Mark Edmund Ingalls, Boston, overseeing a 25-person staff and running Dreyfus Corp. Chief executive Bill Davis will take on most of Browning's duties while his replacement is sought, Davis said. Browning could not be reached at press time.
--David Gianatasio and Lauren Wiley